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In a column for the Washington Post, Enes Kanter, star player for the New York Knicks basketball team, continued his criticism of Turkey’s president Recep Erdogan.

Kanter’s teammates will be playing at NBA game in London this week. Kanter won’t accompany them, as he fears for his life

I wouldn’t travel this week to Britain, where I easily could be kidnapped or killed by Turkish agents. Erdogan’s arms are long. He hunts down anyone who opposes him.

Turkey’s National Intelligence Office (MIT) has been implicated in attacks on Erdogan’s critics abroad.

Source: Enes Kanter: Turkey’s Erdogan wants me back in his country so he can silence me – The Washington Post

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